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Old 10-06-2010, 07:08 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Iain View Post
my ePubs have an image cover page with structure borrowed from a baen book. Flight Crew reports that the svg element can't sit in one of several tags. It's actually in a body element which is not mentioned in the list.
See here. The message says not that the <svg> can only sit in those tags, but that only those tags are allowed where the <svg> sits (and neither "svg" nor "img" are listed). The solution is putting the <svg> inside a <div>.

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Originally Posted by Chang View Post
I got this strange error, see attachment, and I was wondering is it a bug. Error shows up for some of my ebooks but for some it doesn't. At first, I was thinking is there something wrong with my way to zip my ebooks but I have used the same workflow for all my ebooks. Why this error shows up for some of my books and not all of them? For me, it looks like it's a bug because OEBPS folder isn't required in the OPF manifest as you know.
See here. That's a bug occurring when you have same-file fragment references, i.e., things like href="#section-1" (with no filename before the #).
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